He wrote back and said I am represented by counsel and I have to have my attorney ask for any documents. Is that true? I do not have a lawsuit against the company and I have hired an attorney to do an OTSC, not a lawsuit against the company.
Response 1: Yes, if you need the information in your OTSC. Otherwise, no. You can request for the documents yourself.
Q1. Do I have to have my attorney ask for what they claim is my email to them?
Response 2: Yes, if you need the information for your OTSC. Otherwise, no.
Q2. I plan on filing on my own a complaint with the Bar about his perjury -- do I have to have an attorney get documents for that or am I in my right to ask the attorney who lied about the email?
Response 3: You can ask for the documents yourself.
Q3. Who would own an email, would it be me as the author (as in a default copyright) or would the person to who I sent it own it?
Response 4: The person who you sent to have the ownership of the received e-mail. You would have your own copy of the e-mail since you sent it.
Q4. Do I have to have an attorney ask for evidence that I will send to the Bar in my complaint?
Response 5: No. You can request the information yourself.
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